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LogFor 2003 - National Logging & Forestry Show
Quebec City, Canada - 4th to 6th September 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The organizers state: - 2003 will mark the 4th event in LOGFOR's history, and it's success
continues to soar. Whether you want to increase sales; expand into new markets; introduce new products or enhance your company's image, an exhibit at LOGFOR is exposure that you cannot afford to miss.

This show has established itself as a "must attend" event for thousands of loggers and contractors. It is the ideal setting
to touch base with your most important customers as they
come looking for the equipment and services that will benefit
their bottom line.

4th to 6th September 2003

Thursday, Sept. 4 4:00pm - 8:00pm Friday, Sept. 5 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday, Sept. 6 9:00am - 4:00pm (GMT -04:00) Atlantic Time (Canada)

Centre de foires,

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